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A film by Wolfgang Bergmann (Running time: 92 minutes)


Three sides of a triangle - Israeli, Palestinian, and German - come together in this honest, personal, and unusual documentary. Anat is an Israeli doctoral student who lives in Germany. Her parents escaped from Germany in 1939 and now live in Haifa. Anat meets Fuad, a Palestinian playwright who was born in a refugee camp and now lives in Munich. The two go to Israel and the Occupied Territories and have emotional encounters with their respective families.
Director Bergmann has created a film that tries to humanize rather than analyze the issues. How, he asks, does the past influence the present? What responsibility do survivors of the Holocaust have toward others? Can Israelis and Palestinians ever recognize each others' claims to the land? What right does a young German have to make a film about all of this?

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